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A place for us to share some handy tips and tricks we have figured out along the way, alongside features about new & exciting products and projects. Please contact us with any suggestions on what you'd like us to write about!

Case Study: Saving Money with Large-Scale Portable Retail (UDPATE)

June 27, 2018; 11:55 AM by David Eklund

This is a recent display investment by Gamehide. They previously had been using a custom wooden exhibit that weighed over 2000 pounds and required 8 hours of labor to set up.

Trade Shows, Booth Design, Tips and Tricks, Case Study

Case Study: Graphic-Wrapped Monitor Stand

June 15, 2018; 09:23 AM by David Eklund

Monitors are a part of the trade show landscape, and there’s no sign of that changing. Most portable and lightweight displays have a hard time adding monitors, which was the problem we tackled for the owners of Villa Del Rey.

Trade Shows, Booth Design, Tips and Tricks, Case Study

...Now in Living Color!

June 08, 2018; 02:50 PM by David Eklund

Just a quick post to wrap up the week. Thank you for all the positive reactions to the portable monitor stand last week! We’re always glad to hear when people like what we’re developing. As a special thank you, and to answer some of your questions, we put together a quick instructional setup video for the new monitor stand.

Trade Shows, Booth Design, Tips and Tricks, Product Introduction

All the Screen You Need, Without the Bulky Hardware.

May 25, 2018; 02:21 PM by David Eklund

Everything you see here weighs a combined 85 pounds, excluding the monitor

Trade Shows, Booth Design, Tips and Tricks, Product Introduction

Why You Should Stop Focusing on the Decision Maker

May 18, 2018; 02:21 PM by Brendon Wolfe

The Decision Maker in an organization is NOT the most important person to salespeople who want to sell effectively, and here is why…

RAPID, an acronym for: Recommend, Agree, Perform, Input, and Decision is a decision-making model developed by Bain & Company used by businesses to solve complex problems and render important decisions. Each letter (R.A.P.I.D) represents a role in a decision making process and can be summarized in the graphic below.

Our Articles, Tips and Tricks, Sales Training

How to Win More Leads with an Interactive Display

May 11, 2018; 01:50 PM by David Eklund

In a time when the internet can provide virtually all the information a person could want about your product, simply providing facts and details at a trade show won’t be enough. If you hope to lodge yourself in your lead’s mind, you’ll need to do something more interesting or impressive.

Trade Shows, Booth Design, Tips and Tricks

Custom Marketing Doesn’t Have to be Hard or Expensive

May 03, 2018; 12:10 PM by David Eklund

Doing your own internet marketing? That’s hard. Google Adwords, Facebook, LinkedIn, podcasts — the list goes on.

Trade Shows, Booth Design, Tips and Tricks

Who's in charge? B.A.N.T. Re-Examined

April 26, 2018; 02:04 PM by David Eklund

Sales is an information game — the more you know, the better you can fit the client’s needs. Typical questions you ask in the beginning of a sales relationship are “What do you need?” “When do you need it?” and “How much do you have to spend?”. Budget, need, and timing in the old sales acronym BANT.

Trade Shows, Our Articles, Tips and Tricks

Case Study: Size-Changing Lightweight Display

April 03, 2018; 11:03 AM by David Eklund

Even when you have a lightweight 10-footer, sometimes it's still not small or lightweight enough — community fundraisers or fairs, for example. You want to harness the opportunity to have your name out there without sacrificing your professional look or accurate branding.

Trade Shows, Booth Design, Tips and Tricks

How to Make Your Next Show Better: A Trade Show Checklist

January 31, 2018; 04:19 PM by David Eklund


With Exhibitor 2018 just around the corner, we have packing on the brain as we get ready for the show. Here's a quick way to make your next show a little easier: use a checklist!

Packing for a trade show can be hectic, and there's nothing worse than realizing you've left something important behind. Here are the top 10 things you absolutely MUST have:

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